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Influence of correlation effects on radiation damage in solid solutions

Author:
P. V. Petrenko  N. P. Kulish  N. A. Mel’nikova  Yu. E. Grabovskii  


Journal:
Physics of Metals and Metallography


Issue Date:
2016


Abstract(summary):

The influence of correlation effects due to thermodynamic interaction of alloy components on segregation processes upon radiation treatment has been analyzed. The analysis has been performed for 53 metallic solid solutions. It has been shown that the short-range order in alloys causes a redistribution of flows of radiation defects and changes the mechanism of their annihilation, which in a certain temperature range is responsible for the high resistance of alloys to radiation swelling. The presence of two maxima in the curve of the temperature dependence of swelling for austenitic nickel–chromium alloys is associated with the existence therein of different types of short-range order at different temperatures.


Page:
927–936


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